Monday assorted links

1. An economist’s rational road to Christianity? (from Eric Falkenstein)

2. Pirates no longer have much interest in stealing oil.  And Bernanke on oil and stock prices.

3. Clay Shirky’s observations on how social media have changed politics.

4. Anatole Kaletsky on why Brexit won’t happen.  I tend to agree, but you can build the opposing case if you read Shirky on America and switch over the context.

5. When did American military planners start believing they could hold back a Soviet attack?

6. An excellent Gavyn Davies piece on the split within the Keynesian camp.  And some reasons why it is hard to recover past output.


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